Hey there! Are you looking to change your Twitter app icon and name to the old version? Well, you're in luck! In this guide, I will show you how to do just that using the Shortcuts app. This method involves following a tutorial by 9to5Mac, which makes the process much easier. Before we get started, make sure you have the Shortcuts app installed on your iOS device running iOS 14 or later.
First, open the Shortcuts app and tap on the plus icon located in the top right corner. Then, select "Add Action" and search for "Open App." You should find this option under the scripting category. Tap on "Open App" and select the blue app icon that appears. In the search bar, type "X" as that is the new name for the Twitter app. It should appear at the bottom. Optionally, you can rename the shortcut to make it easily identifiable. This name will be displayed on your home screen.
Once you have completed these steps, tap on the menu again and select "Add to Home Screen." You will now see the shortcut on your home screen. Simply tap on it, choose the desired photo, and voila! You now have the old Twitter app icon, as shown in the 9to5Mac article. If you find the "X" app icon bothersome, you can long-press and remove it from your home screen. However, this will not uninstall the app; it will still be available in your app library, allowing you to use the old logo.
Keep in mind that the official Twitter app will eventually undergo a complete rebranding, including changes to its logo and branding elements. However, for those who wish to maintain the old appearance for a little longer, this shortcut provides a useful solution. Don't worry; the process is quite simple!
So, if the new Twitter app icon isn't to your liking and you still prefer the old one, give this method a try. It's an easy way to customize your app and prolong the enjoyment of the old logo. Just follow the steps outlined in this guide, and you'll be good to go!No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube!